ANAHEIM — The Sharks talked between the second and third periods of Thursday’s game against the Anaheim Ducks. Despite some uneven performances, the two points were there for the taking, they felt, especially after Tomas Hertl tied the game with 1:32 to go before intermission.Then the Sharks got some timely saves from Martin Jones, a power goal from Brent Burns and a shorthanded goal from Evander Kane.That’s just the kind of confidence the Sharks are playing with right now, as they erased …
5 Outdoor Activities for Beating Office Burnout john paul titlow 9 Books That Make Perfect Gifts for Industry Ex… Related Posts 12 Unique Gifts for the Hard-to-Shop-for People… For baseball fans, it’s an exciting time of year. For those who prefer to stream games online, however, the anticipation can be tinged with a bit of frustration. That’s because baseball games are still easiest to find on traditional cable or satellite TV.Fortunately for cord cutters, there are some options when it comes to tuning in online, some of them more, shall we say, up to legal snuff than others. First and foremost, there’s MLB.tv. That’s the official subscription streaming service of Major League Baseball in the U.S. For $20 per month, fans can live stream games in high definition from their browser with DVR-style control. For $25 per month, they can get access from iOS devices, Apple TV, Roku, Playstation 3, XBox 360 and more than 300 other devices.For fans fanatic enough to throw $130 a year at a multi-device subscription service, MLB.tv looks like the way the go. But there’s a catch — and it’s a big one.Hey! I Paid $130 And Can’t Watch The Home Team? Because cable companies and broadcast networks have a way of ruining things, MLB.tv only includes out-of-market games. That means that if I’m in Philadelphia, I can’t stream the Phillies game from any of the MLB apps, because Comcast SportsNet is paying big bucks for the exclusive rights to those games.MLB, in turn, wants to preserve that relationship by ensuring high-as-can-be ratings. As is so often the case, this arrangement works beautifully for the sports league and service providers, but sucks for viewers. One way to thwart this home team blackout is by using a VPN service like WiTopia, VyperVPN or StrongVPN to trick MLB into thinking you’re located elsewhere. It might technically be dishonest, but it is, so far as I can tell, perfectly legal. A less legally straightforward option would be to tune into pirated streams from shady third party sites. Sites like firstrowsports.eu and vipbox.tv are neither the best designed or safest looking sites in the world, but for desperate fans who want to tune into games without paying, they certainly offer the goods. Sites that offer pirated streams typically do so via links to Flash-based video streams or require users to download a desktop app — at one’s own risk, of course. Alternatively, some users prefer to use a Slingbox to remotely tune into games using their home’s pay television service or broadcast hookup. Lead photo courtesy of Wikipedia Tags:#Internet TV#mobile#Sports#Streaming video 4 Keys to a Kid-Safe App
Director General of the Planning Institute of Jamaica (PIOJ), Dr. Wayne Henry, is reporting notable gains under the National Development Plan (NDP) – Vision 2030 Jamaica for the Medium-Term Framework (MTF) period 2015 to 2018. The MTF is the main mechanism for translating Vision 2030 Jamaica’s long-term national goals and outcomes into action. Story Highlights Dr. Henry, who was addressing the recent quarterly briefing at the PIOJ’s head office in New Kingston, said improvements were recorded under Goal 3 – ‘Jamaica’s Economy is Prosperous’, and Goal 1 – ‘Jamaicans are Empowered to Achieve their Fullest Potential’. Director General of the Planning Institute of Jamaica (PIOJ), Dr. Wayne Henry, is reporting notable gains under the National Development Plan (NDP) – Vision 2030 Jamaica for the Medium-Term Framework (MTF) period 2015 to 2018.The MTF is the main mechanism for translating Vision 2030 Jamaica’s long-term national goals and outcomes into action.Dr. Henry, who was addressing the recent quarterly briefing at the PIOJ’s head office in New Kingston, said improvements were recorded under Goal 3 – ‘Jamaica’s Economy is Prosperous’, and Goal 1 – ‘Jamaicans are Empowered to Achieve their Fullest Potential’.He further cited growth in the tourism and agriculture industries, with the former meeting the majority of its 2018 targets, while noting that the target for further reduction in unemployment was also met.He pointed, however, to the need to “advance improvements in ease of doing business and enhancing international competitiveness for our main industry structures.”With respect to Goal 1, the PIOJ Head noted improvements in indicators such as the human development index, life expectancy, and educational outcomes related to literacy.He highlighted concerns related to the increased burden of chronic non-communicable diseases; student attendance rates at all levels of the educational system; and “undesirable” levels of poverty, particularly in rural communities.Other areas to be addressed are crime; the backlog of cases in the courts; creating a secure, cohesive and just society; and having a healthy environment, under Goal 2.Dr. Henry said Jamaica’s notable improvement was recorded in government effectiveness, pointing out that the target was met for the first time since the NDP’s promulgation in 2009.Overall, 67 national outcome indicators, monitored under Vision 2030 Jamaica, have recorded improvements under successive three-year MTFs, spanning 2009 to 2018, representing a 61.2 per cent out-turn.A further breakdown of the data shows that 31.3 per cent of the targets were met or exceeded; 29.9 per cent of the indicators showed some improvement; while 31.3 per cent showed no improvement or worsened.Dr. Henry said that the outcomes are pivotal in defining the strategic priorities for MTF 2018-2021.He noted that the latest MTF will consolidate on the developmental gains recorded under the previous frameworks.The priority focus areas are: human capital development; social protection and inclusion; values and attitudes; rule of law and timely justice; public sector efficiency and effectiveness; economic stability, growth and employment; international competitiveness; and environmental sustainability and climate change.Dr. Henry said it is intended for these to be translated into a range of initiatives aimed at advancing Jamaica’s development outcomes.He assured that the PIOJ will continue to lead the coordination of engagements for Vision 2030 Jamaica’s implementation.
WILMINGTON, MA — Here are highlights from the Wilmington Police Log for Thursday, January 10, 2019:Police issued two parking citations in the MBTA parking lot on Main Street. (8:46am)Police noted a MBTA Commuter Rail train (#1639) at North Wilmington station was blocking Middlesex Avenue. (9:36am)A caller stated someone keeps ringing their doorbell, but she doesn’t want to answer. Caller states she is not expecting anyone. Police responded. Minuteman Services was at the door. Police notified the caller. (2:16pm)A Salem Street caller reported an unfamiliar female rang her doorbell several times and is now sitting in her driveway in a silver sedan. Police responded. Female was a CNA who was given the wrong address. (3:13pm)A caller stated he received threats from his former manager while he was picking up his belongings. (4:43pm)A Wilmington 39-year-old was taken into protective custody after causing a disturbance outside a home. Caller said she “had a few drinks.” (9:33pm)(DISCLAIMER: This information is public information. An arrest does not constitute a conviction. Any arrested person is innocent until proven guilty.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email email@example.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedPOLICE LOG for June 27: Stranger Enters Resident’s House; Man Denies Asking Young Girls To Follow HimIn “Police Log”POLICE LOG for August 31: Woburn Man Arrested For OUI; Bad Highway Crash Required MedflightIn “Police Log”POLICE LOG for August 19: Fist Fight At Planet Fitness; Hawk Stuck Inside Building; Gas Line StruckIn “Police Log”